Property crimes may be misdemeanor or felony charges depending upon many circumstances. Persons facing property crime charges do have a risk of incarceration. Certainly those faced with serious charges such as arson have a certainty of prison time. The probability of conviction and severity of any sentencing can be mitigated with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Property crimes can have many forms, including car theft, arson, bank fraud, burglary, larceny, buying, receiving, and possession of stolen property, criminal trespass, counterfeiting, destruction of property, embezzlement, credit card fraud, theft by deception, forgery, employee theft, and identify theft.
Lesser property crimes are car hopping, minor vandalism, minor shoplifting, tagging, and petty theft.
If you are facing any type of property crime charges you should immediately call Lawrence Zimmerman, an experienced property crimes defense attorney. Attorney Zimmerman has a well documented history of winning property crimes cases, through his persuasive style, knowledge of Georgia laws, and sometimes employing an aggressive representation in court.
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Georgia sentencing guidelines provide a fair indicator of what to expect, however there are many factors that ultimately determine what happens to anyone convicted of a property crime in Georgia. We will always take all reasonable measures to fight any property crimes charges faced by our clients. If the evidence is overwhelming, and the prosecutor has an air tight case which achieves a conviction, we still have options to help your situation. Our professional relationships with area prosecutors and judges, and our status as a respected defense law firm, often enable our requests to be considered.
During your FREE CONSULTATION, after learning about your situation, we can provide you with a good idea of potential outcomes including the chances for a not guilty verdict.
Our top priority will be to protect your freedom!
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